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Application of the Solid State Detector in the X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Steel Products in Production Lines

  • Toshio Shiraiwa (a1) and Nobukatsu Fujino (a1)

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The X-ray fluorescent analyzer for identification of every piece of steel product in the production line has. been developed and its accuracy and utility has teen ascertained from practical applications.

It has also been applied to thickness measurement of zinc coating and color coating on steel sheets in the coating lines. In the severe environment of steel works for four years, there has been no instrumental trouble, and the reliability of the analyzer has been confirmed.

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Application of the Solid State Detector in the X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Steel Products in Production Lines

  • Toshio Shiraiwa (a1) and Nobukatsu Fujino (a1)

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